Private Party Dogs

The following dogs are available through private parties and are NOT associated with Golden State German Shepherd Rescue; they are listed here as a courtesy. Golden State German Shepherd Rescue has not evaluated these dogs and does not make any claims about or take any responsibility for the temperament or health of any dog listed. Please contact the person indicated in the listing for more information about each dog.

Private Party Dogs Available

  •  Finn
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    Finn

    Male 2 years Level 3

    Finn is a 1 year 9 month -old, 60 lb German Shepherd mix. He's a friendly, loving, active dog. Finn loves to fetch, run, hikes, playing at the park/beach -- all favorite activities. Finn has a good handle on basic obedience commands and is very responsive to treats. He's done a... More

    Added October 30, 2018
  • Heidi
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    Heidi

    Female 1 years Level 3

    Heidi is a 1-year-old (approx.) female, weighs about 70 lbs. She is submissive, sweet, playful, and very gently with kids. We've had her since December of last year, found her as a stray. Brought her to the county shelter, they posted an ad with her photo but no one claimed... More

    Added September 25, 2018
  • Jordi
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    Jordi

    Male 4 years Level 3

    Jordi (GSD MIX)  is under the care of Rocket Dog Rescue.   Check out their website for more information on adoptiing Jordi.  https://www.rocketdogrescue.org/dog/jordi/?status=for-adoption More

    Added August 29, 2018

For Owners Looking to Rehome Their Dogs

If you are a dog owner looking to rehome your dog, you may find the following information useful to help you successfully find a new home for your dog.

For Prospective Owners Looking to Adopt a German Shepherd

Prospective owners can take a number of steps to help them find the right dog for their lifestyle. Keep in mind that most shelter and rescue dogs have unknown histories and therefore are relatively unpredictable in behavior. It is important that prospective owners find out as much about a dog as possible, and objectively consider if they have the right lifestyle for that particular dog, before making a commitment to adopt it. The following information may be useful to help determine if a new dog is a good fit for you, your family, and your friends.

You may also find the following useful information to help you select the right dog and then integrate it into your life: